You can’t really get into the Christmas spirit until your home is exuding it. I mean, imagine walking into your home trying to get into the cheery Christmas mood, but your house looking the same as it normally would any of the other days of the year. My point is, it is extremely difficult to get into the Christmas spirit if you don’t have any holiday decorations. The right Christmas decorations will cause you to come home feeling like St. Nicholas even if you were feeling like the Grinch all day at work. These Christmas decorations are sure to ring in the Christmas spirit into your home, making it so that you never want to step away from your Winter Wonderland this holiday season. Bring home one of these Christmas decorations today and you will not regret it!
1. Dripping Garland
You can never purchase too much garland during the holiday season. As far as Christmas decorations go, the garland is a steeple and must be included inside every home. You can adorn your staircase with garland, or you can even put it on the fireplace mantle, the walls, the kitchen countertops, anything really – you name it and I guarantee that you can place the garland on it. Garland is elegant and it will make your home feel Christmasy in no time. You can even intertwine Christmas lights or tie bows around the garland to make it pop even more.
2. Many Mini-Trees
It is typical that people purchase one big Christmas tree and call it a day, but a great Christmas decoration idea is to purchase a bunch of tiny Christmas trees and decorate small areas of your house. You can place tiny trees around a random side table or even just a random corner in your house and it will suddenly take that part of the room and turn it into a Christmas-y dream.
3. A Wreath For Every Door
When you hear the words, “holiday decorations,” I am relatively sure that one of the first items that pop into your mind is wreaths. Wreaths are usually just hung outside of the door, but you should really consider purchasing a wreath for every door/window in your home and hanging it on the inside for you to see. This is a unique way to amplify the Christmas spirit in your home.
4. Twinkle Lights For The Stairs
If you don’t want to place the garland on your staircase railing, then hanging string lights could be the perfect alternative for you. Part of what makes Christmas so magical is all of the Christmas light decorations. All of the different colored lights being displayed all around, whether it be inside of the house or outside, has a way of bringing such a child-like sense of joy and wonder. Bring that wonder into your own home by purchasing some string lights and hanging on your staircase or anywhere else you see fit.
5. Big Christmas Sign
Christmas decorations range from big to small and sometimes it can be very beneficial to invest in a big Christmas sign. Displaying a big Christmas sign provides a nice decorative focal point that might help make your decorations seem more organized rather than cluttered. It is also a great reminder of the holiday season that is present.
6. Invest In A Holiday Doormat
Before you even walk through your door, you can be hit with holiday cheer through purchasing this holiday decoration – a Christmas doormat. A Christmas doormat will act as the appetizer to the holiday entree you will be presented with once you step foot inside of your house. A Christmas doormat is easy to come across, is cheap, and there are so many different kinds out there so you are sure to find one that matches your Christmas aesthetic perfectly.
7. Personalized Stockings
Christmas decorations must include stockings, this is a well-known fact. Having a stocking for every member of the family is not only endearing, but it provides cute decor for wherever you decide to hang them. It can also be really fun having each family choose which Christmas stocking they want to have this Christmas season.
8. Display Any And All Christmas Mugs
A way to raise the Christmas spirit in your kitchen is by replacing all of your usual cups and mugs with Christmas cups and mugs. You can present your Christmas kitchen-ware in a way that makes transforms your kitchen into looking like Mrs. Clause’s kitchen. It is a change that’ll also make you extra cheery because when you go to grab a coffee in the morning, you will be carrying around a mug that reminds you that it is Christmas time once again. Also, I recommend turning your coffee bar (if you have one) into a hot cocoa bar. Coffee can be served normally at any time of the year, but hot chocolate basically has the monopoly for Christmas drink of choice.
9. Christmas Yard Sign
Christmas decorations don’t have to be limited to being inside of the house, you can just as easily decorate the outside of your house by purchasing some Christmas yard signs. Additionally, if you do not want to decorate the outside of your home, you can still purchase Christmas yard signs but place them in areas around the inside of your house. Christmas decorations are oftentimes very versatile and are only limited to the constraints of your imagination.
10. Christmas Throw Pillows Galore
An easy, cozy, and effective way of introducing the Christmas spirit into your home is by purchasing a ton of Christmas throw pillows. This holiday decoration item is one everyone is sure to appreciate since everyone loves a good pillow and everyone loves the Christmas season, so why not put those two things together? Christmas pillows will raise the level of comfort and joy in your home guaranteed!
These Christmas decorations are sure to turn your home into a Winter Wonderland! Which of these Christmas decorations will you be rushing to the store to buy? Let us know down in the comments below!
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Hello! My name is Sara Bowers and I am a Senior at Azusa Pacific University where I am double majoring in Allied Health and Honors Humanities and minoring in Psychology. As a young girl, I loved to write and English became my favorite subject very quickly. The sciences also intrigued me and I was often told to choose one path, but I did not want to sacrifice either of my passions. It turns out I didn't have to and thanks to the many novels read in my Humanities courses and the writing prompts I tackled alongside them, my love of writing was further affirmed and I grew more confident that I made the correct decision in pursuing both paths. I have a heart for helping people by any means necessary, so if that means helping someone with a physical ailment, informing someone of the best places to eat, or giving tips to calm anxiety, I am all for it. So, there you have it - that's me! Thank you for taking the time out of your day to get to know me a little bit! I hope you stop by and check out more of my articles in the future!